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This is not Buddhist related but .........
This is gonna sound really pathetic but my anxiety tells me it's an important issue lol but i would like some opinions from some people who have their heads screwed on properly. Ok so recently as in the past two years i stopped playing guitar i lost my mojo and i was taking it far to seriously and it killed it. I miss how much i use to be passionate about playing but that is gone i have tried returning to playing but no flame, still get a kick outta listening to music though. i have spent a bit of money and dabbled in other hobbies but nothing seems to grab me. I have however always lovefishtad animals i have a dog atm love her. Soon i will be moving to my first new house and i really fancy getting a tropical fishtank. My fear is that i will not like the actual thing as much as the idea and it will be money wasted yet again. Most might say so? but i am tbh honest attached to money i spend hardly anything on myself but i do spend a tonne on my gf though .Because i fear oneday i will loose my job or my income will run dry and i will have no reserves to keep my mrs and my soon to ne family sheltered fed and clothed. Anyway is it worth the investment to find another passion to bring a spark to life again or do i just try n find more pleasure in what i already doing. Please please i know there is so much Buddhist teachings you can throw at me to pick apart my problem but all i want is some realistic advice. And yes i know it is a rediculous problem to be worried about but that's my anxiety.
( no anxiety advice please i am currently dealing with that as a seperate matter. So sorry if this pointly worry has annoyed anyone but i just want some advice please.